Hosting and Moving SAP Systems Across Cloud Infrastructures with Cloud Logistics Services
According to IDC research two-thirds of mid-size firms will use cloud services in 2013, compared with just half in 2012…
Cloud resources have clear upsides, but it can also pose significant challenges for SAP application providers – how to move systems around, how to easily provision and update them. The Value Prototyping team has run tens of thousands of SAP instances on SAP internal and public clouds such as Amazon. Using Cloud Logistics Services, they have the ability to combine best practices, tools and services that can be leveraged in the cloud to help accelerate time to innovation. Special attention is paid to options for moving SAP systems between SAP, private and public cloud environments, and the necessary connectivity across clouds to enable complete landscapes, and security requirements.
In this brief video SAP’s Ron De Vries discusses the benefits of using Cloud Logistics to jumpstart your implementation projects.
- SAP systems provisioned, hosted and transported by SAP
- Hardware independence
- A truly innovative service
- Service-led offering – add in other SAP services & solutions based on your needs
- Mitigate risk
- Tangible results to take home
At the ASUG Annual Conference in Orlando, you have the opportunity to learn about the new field of SAP Cloud Logistics, the best practices, tools and services to leverage cloud resources for SAP application innovation. Add the session Hosting and Moving SAP Systems Across Cloud Infrastructures to your agenda today!
Session ID: 0913
Location: S220E: S. Concourse, L2
Day and Time: Thursday, May 16, 2013: 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Content Area: Business Integration, Technology and Infrastructure (BITI)
Speakers: Ron de Vries and Ralf Lindenlaub
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Source: IDC – “Predictions 2013: Competing on the 3rd platform” – Doc # 238044– Nov 2012